Short Answer: Unfortunately, no.
This project is the first step in what will be a network of musicians composing, judging, and competing to provide the world's best music for anyone to hear-- that system as a whole is valuable. Beyond the front end, we can't expect to repeatedly Kickstart (guidelines prevent this!) our next batches of money to maintain the service forever. To do that, we want to start a viable business.
Because a business isn't (and shouldn't be) something you Kickstart, and because recent trends around litigation tend to be really scary, it would take a little less than 9 Mozart levels to make us feel comfortable with letting go of our proprietary code. That seems fair in a business sense since that's what we want to pay an engineer for a year's worth of work.
Luckily, this fits in with what we want to become: an organization that listens to and acts on feedback from our community. We're in if you're in! Let's do this!