First of all, I want to remark how cool does your product sound compated to everything else that can be run on Linux natively. I especially loved the ToneLib JAM, namely for its ability to process the sound by itself and switch presets along with the loaded music piece. This is really neat. However, I was surprised by the fact there's no Linux VST (or LV2) plugin in Debian package you provide. There are only icons of different sizes, a mimetype description, a .desktop file, a Debian specific control document set, and a postinstall script. Am I missing something, or a plugin version for Linux is still a work in progress? If not, why, and how can I help with that? The standalone version rocks, but it's extremely inconvenient to use in a real music production environment. A VST/LV2 would be a lot more helpful for real musicians doing their work on Linux.