Thank you for your tips. I'm using Linux. }

However, as I researched the matter, it seems to me is not a trivial
task... these fonts were made with LaTeX/Plain TeX in mind. I don't even
know how I would implement the font options (like mtpfrak, mtpcal, etc).
The font comes with two versions: Type1 and TFM (no afm). I converted from
Type1 to AFM using fontforge, and the fonts script detects the files....
but I have no idea how to use them. It seems it doesn't detect the fonts as
part of a family... I don't even know where I could start to make this
work. Maybe I will stick to LaTeX for the time being.

Thank you for your time.

Andrés Conrado Montoya
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