Nine Inch Nails fan create blu-ray tribute

By April 25, 2010 September 8th, 2016 World

A fan-shot DVD from the last Nine Inch Nails tour is set for release. The Wave Goodbye Tour has been touted as their final live performance – a three-and-a-half-hour, 37-song set featuring a host of collaborations (Dave Navarro, Gary Numan, Dillinger Escape Plan) and rarely performed songs.


NIN: [after all is said and done] is a farewell gesture from the fans’ perspective. Shot exclusively in 1080p High Definition and mixed in 5.1 surround sound, the film documents in full the raw energy of the final show of arguably the most influential and groundbreaking musician of our time.

Both audio and video footage was recorded by fans. Over 1 terabytes (dozens of hours’ worth) of footage has been collected from 26 unique sources worldwide. The production team, comprised entirely of fans, have embarked on a mission to create a professional souvenir of the concert for their peers – fans who attended the show, and who wish to experience it for the first time.  

The team (A Tiny Little Dot) includes over 15 professional editors, audio engineers, color correctors, web designers, blu-ray authors, content creators, artists, and technical consultants, all of whom have volunteered their valuable time and services to this huge undertaking for free, and all of whom are avid NIN fans.

The DVD has been described as a “labour of love” and will be offered to the public on a not-for-profit basis.  The end product will be available in a variety of formats, with packages ranging from free high quality downloads online to professionally printed and packaged deluxe multi-disc Blu-Ray and DVD sets, in keeping with the style of recent NIN releases. The 1080p content will be accompanied by an array of bonus content, and several as-yet unannounced features.

For more information visit the official A Tiny Little Dot website. You can watch the trailer below: