The GMS source code is now available on code.google.com. I’ve still got loads of idea for improvements and feature additions, but I’m also interested to see what input other developers might have for the project. Therefore, the code is now officially released and available as Open Source under the GPLv3.
Please let us know how you are using the GMS. I’ve been informed that Grant Muller will be using it experimentally on a jazz improvisation project he’s involved in. Rocky Rosga is producing some work with the GMS. Finally, my duet project with Graham O’Brien on drums has recorded an album (it will be a few months work to edit and mix, so don’t look for it anytime soon) of GMS improvisations with live drums.