My brother is a very skilled programmer. He'd like to see it ported to Linux, but the code seems to be specifically made for Windows. "It's a shame they're still using subversion, and haven't jumped on the GIT bandwagon yet". He says he can help with the top "to do" list (getting rid of the buggy MFC code. Instead use something like Qt.), but he is not keen to set up a Windows environment to do so (he uses Linux). Also, "considering it uses MFC (Microsoft foundation classes, which is quite old now), you probably need visual studio to compile it too, which I am not going to buy in a million years, I'd rather use GCC as a compiler." As I say, he is very skilled in what he does, but doesn't seem to have the time.
Just thought I'd put that out there. If anyone wants to talk to him, I can provide you his contact.
Also, while I'm at it, please remove that stupid bass expansion, reverb, surround, volume ramping and EQ in the Setup! Who still uses that, anyway? I know it's all off by default, but there's still no need for it.