Win a copy of Warner Music Japan’s YES ‘HIGH VIBRATION’ 16xSACD Box Set by entering our competition at http://t.co/cEdnavyi2M.
The competition is now closed.
The 3 winners are:
• David Lukasiewicz from Huntersville, NC, USA
• Colvin Houston from Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, UK
• Claudio Agnati from Milan, Italy
who will each receive a box set in October 2013.
16 x Hybrid SACDs (13 Albums & 1 Bonus Disc) containing both:
• Newly Created 2013 SACD Masters at 96khz/24bit
• Newly Created 2013 CD Masters at 44.1kHz/16bit
200 page book in Japanese
Release Date：18 September 2013 (Japan)
Price: ¥39,800 (inc tax)
1. Something’s Coming (single version) (1969) from YES (Expanded & Remastered 2003)
2. Dear Father (1970) from TIME AND A WORD (Expanded & Remastered 2003)
3. Roundabout (single version) (1972) from the single ‘Roundabout’
4. America (1972) from FRAGILE (Expanded & Remastered 2003)
5. Total Mass Retain (single version) (1972) from CLOSE TO THE EDGE (Expanded & Remastered 2003)
6. Soon (single version) (1975) from RELAYER (Expanded & Remastered 2003)
7. Abilene (1978) from TORMATO (Expanded & Remastered 2004)
8. Run Through the Light (Single Version) (1980) from DRAMA (Expanded & Remastered 2004)
9. Run with the Fox (1981) from YESYEARS
10. Owner of a Lonely Heart (Move Yourself Mix) (1991) from 12″ single ‘Owner of a Lonely Heart’
11. Leave It (remix) (1983) from 90125 (Expanded & Remastered 2004)
12. Big Generator (remix) (1987) from ‘Ultimate YES:The 35th Anniversary’
Isao Kikuchi who has engaged in mastering for a great number of international/domestic artists.
Shin Katayama a “YES” commentator, who Warner Music Japan requested supervising YES related products, including paper sleeves.
SACDs Mastered at 96khz/24bit.
DAW: SADiE PCM2, SADiE PCM8, Avid Protools 9
D/A Converter: dCS952
Analog Compressor Limiter: Neve 33609
Analog Equalizer: Sontec MES-432
A/D Converter : Pacific Microsonic HDCD Model 2
Digital Effector : T.C. Electronic System 6000
PCM/DSD Converter : KORG AudioGate
DSD Editor : SADiE DSD
The cover YES logo was designed by Roger Dean.