It is a sexy GUI, hey!!
At the moment, the sexy-gui .exe hasn't been put up for download yet - it's still just in it's source file form. There is a simple non-mmt8 looking GUI also, with standard menus and software type layout, which is up on the sourceforge site as an .exe, ready to download. It is basically the back end of the package without the MMT8 graphics, but it works the same way. I'm still trying to get the team to put up the mmt8 looking one as an .exe - they're right in exams at the moment, so it might be a few weeks yet. In the meantime, feel free to download the engine and beta-test it for them.
Here is the basic "where-its-at"
Release 0.2 is VERY BUGGY so be patient and supportive in the development.
You can't edit parts yet - but record and erase tracks or parts, quantise, track merge, part name, part length, track channel and transpose do work in part mode.
Song mode is working and you can edit and assemble parts to make songs.
Save and load are working but loading a sysex dump from a real mmt8 is still a bit buggy.
On just about ALL of those mentioned features, there are bugs, crashes and reliability problems, and it isn't really reliably useable yet. But it is just the beginning, you are witnessing the birth of a program, so the growth and development of it will gradually sort these things out.
What we need is people who can program in C++ language to join the development team, and help fix all these things, as the Team who developed it will be disbanding, now that they have completed their University degree, and only one person, Matt Harrold, will be continuing to develop it, so he needs new team members who can program/bugfix.
You can join the team by contacting him on the Sourceforge site: