More advice: this question raises the hair of long-time members. It encroaches upon Steven's personal boundaries, which are not appropriate for you, others, nor I to decide or convince him otherwise. It will be commercial when he desires and it won't be while he doesn't. Until then, if you are dissatisfied, the answer from him will be to make your own program that does exactly what you need it to.
How do you know if you don't ask? I read the FAQ on the main page that refers to the question of the software going open-source but it results in dead links. Doing a search for 'open source' results in nothing.
All I am left to conclude is that this project starts free, then it goes commercial. I've been in this industry for 30+ years and I've seen it all, as a software engineer and CEO. I personally won't invest any time into a project that could become a dead end. I'm looking at music bee only because I saw it advertised as open source which I quickly found that it was not. Normally I don't give non-open source software the time of day but I kept going because the response to that question was nebulous. I thought it could save me the months of trouble of coding my own media manager.
But I have to ask... why give it out at all? Why not just keep it for personal use and not bother spending money and time on a forum, a website, version management, etc?