Thanks, I'm polishing up the script tonight so I can share it with everyone tomorrow.
It's not an easy thing to make music for, but it was my goal to at least create an accessible concept and hassle free interface. It's built around a special .it file and a gui where you can tweak a few settings and hit a button to convert and listen. Basically, whatever sounds you make in the tracker is exactly what you'll hear after it's converted. There is also a full range instrument in there with a collection of the more closely in tune notes between C-1 and C-6.
Most of the options within the slocum driver are simplified in the main window: http://www.mediafire.com/view/jc87y9qtfqzi9ql/tortia.png
Anyway, it's a huge bummer that the driver doesn't support more patterns. Essentially, with my converter, you'll only have 512 rows to make a song with since it's continually writing the driver patterns for you, but 512 rows is plenty of space to write a song if you aren't working at speed 1 like I was.
You don't have to worry about spending hours and hours copy/pasting byte values into a text file but, at the moment, you lose the ability to optimize your patterns.