The 5-part AudioGuide video tutorial series gives a comprehensive overview of using the program, including a walkthrough on installing AudioGuide and an overview of how the program works: learning how to segment corpus and target soundfiles, learning how to assemble and pre-process a corpus, finding out how to use the SEARCH variable to control how the target is translated into corpus sounds, learning about controlling density and corpus sound layering, and how to integrate AudioGuide's output into your musical workflow.
AudioGuide now supports the creation of Advanced Authoring Format (.aaf) output files, letting you open and edit sound concatenations in Logic or Protools. For this to work, you must install the python module pyaaf2.
New in 1.6 - Interactive Mode (4:23)
Interactive Mode lets you launch agConcatenate.py once, then tweak the options file to quickly audition the results.
New in 1.5 - Making Acoustic Scores
Note that these features are still somewhat in development. I'll make a proper video soon; until then you can check out the video below which shows where things are at the moment.