NIN Live: 2009

July 08, 2009, Amsterdam, Netherlands, Heineken Music Hall

Setlist
Home
1,000,000
Letting You
Sin
March of the Pigs
Piggy (Nothing Can Stop Me Now)
Metal
Line Begins to Blur
Head Down
Burn
Gave Up
Gone, Still
La Mer
The Frail
The Wretched
Non-Entity
I Do Not Want This
The Downward Spiral
Wish
Survivalism
Mr Self Destruct
Suck
Echoplex
The Hand That Feeds
Head Like A Hole
Hurt
In This Twilight

Known Recordings

Source 1: Audio - AUD (Edirol R09 + Internal Mics)
Taper: Sledz74
Time: 120 minutes
Rating: 2.5 out of 5
Hear a Sample: 1,000,000, 2 Minutes
Download the Full Show: .Zip File FLAC, 621.9 MB
Added to Archive: July 11th, 2009
Comments:
The recording is blown out, just by the bass. Everything sounds good until the kick bass is done. The internal mics of the R09 can not handle the bass that comes from the NIN show, especially when you are that close. This is a good recording to have for the collectors only. Either way, its nice to have this recording surface as it might be the only one that captured it.

Source 2: Audio - AUD (Canon Ixus 90) - Audio ripped from video
Taper: JV
Time: 118 minutes
Rating: 4 out of 5
Hear a Sample: 1,000,000, 2 Minutes
Download the Full Show: .Zip File FLAC, 621.9 MB
Added to Archive: May 16th, 2019
Comments:
I've had this in the collection for almost 5 years and I just am getting around to working on it. The audio is ripped from the circulating video source. Here is what the trader who sent me this had to say in the text file, "I have always been looking for a better recording and finally got in touch with JV, who filmed the entire concert with a Canon Ixus 90 pocket camera. I didn't have much hope that his recording would represent an upgrade, but actually the recording is surprisingly good when considering the equipment! After isolating the audio, it still need quite a bit of doctoring. First, there were 200+ extremely short, but audible dropouts. These were detected using the Delete Silence filter and fixed manually. Furthermore, the audio had a bit of a nasty "ringing" quality, which was fixed by taming the high end using the Graphic Equalizer. Finally I boosted the low end by using the Multiband Compressor (Enhance Lows preset). I hope you can agree that after more than five years there finally is a listenable recording of this gig!"