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*Mixed by Alan Moulder
*Programmed by Atticus Ross
*Engineered by [[Michael Tuller]], Atticus Ross and Alan Moulder
*Mastered by Brian Gardner at Bernie Grundman Mastering, Hollywood, California
*Hair: Cori Bardo
*Project coordination: [[Brett Bachemin]]
*Assistance: Alynn Dotson
*Management: Rebel Waltz
<blockquote>as a thank you to our fans for your continued support, we are giving away the new nine inch nails album '''one hundred percent free''', exclusively via nin.com.</blockquote>
<blockquote>we encourage you to [http://remix.nin.com/ remix] it, share it with your friends, post it on your blog, play it on your podcast, give it to strangers, etc.</blockquote>
 
[[Multitracks]] for the songs were then posted for download from [[remix.nin.com]]
According to a [http://www.rollingstone.com/news/story/20818072/nin_release_free_album_online Rolling Stone article], the album was finished May 4th and sent to Sudjam, the company that manages nin.com, at 9:30 p.m. for a midnight release.
In a nin.com update on June 26th, 2008, it was reported that since the album's release on May 5th, 2008, over 1,400,000 people had downloaded ''The Slip'' from theslip.nin.com. That number represents individual people, and excludes multiple downloads from the same order.
 
==Multitracks==
The [[Multitracks|multitracks]] for the single "Discipline" were made available on [[remix.nin.com]] at the same time it was released as a free download. Multitracks for the remaining songs on ''The Slip'' were made available on May 5, 2008 as a free download from remix.nin.com.
==Touring==
''For more information, see [[Lights In The Sky Tour]]''
The album (as well as ''Ghosts I-IV'', which was released the same year) was supported by a tour that visited North and South America. This tour was notable for having the most ambitious production of any NIN tour before or sinceup to that point, using groundbreaking lighting and video technology. The middle portion of the set, referred to as the "Ghosts" portion, utilized some of that album's unorthodox (for NIN) instrumentation such as marimba, banjo and small percussion.
== Relation to ''Year Zero'' ==
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