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There are VSTs for Linux. Surge, Vital, and ZynAddSubFx are three prominent examples, as well as OxeFM, Dexed, and plenty I'm forgetting. Surge and Zyn also come LV2 and DSSI, which are native Linux formats. For those who don't know, the VST3 SDK supports Linux, and is released under GPLv3 by Steinberg. - Source: Reddit / 5 months ago
Surge Synthesizer - Open-source subtractive-hybrid synthesizer formerly sold commercially as Vember Audio Surge.
ReSlice - Slice your audio with an advanced, rhythmic arpeggiator and FX.
Serum - VST for FL Studio, Ableton Live, and many other VST supported DAWs. Heavily utilized in EDM.
Auxy Music Studio - Auxy brings real music creation to iPhone in a simple and inspiring format.
Helm - The Kubernetes Package Manager
iSEM Synthesizer - iSEM is a recreation of the classic 1974 Oberheim SEM (Synthesizer Expander Module).