In that case I would suggest you use a traditional oscillator, and not a chaotic oscillator. You could combine a traditional oscillator with the low pass gate in our set to create perfect western melodies. You could quantize the chaotic LFO to produce melodies, etc. The fun of modular is finding your own uses. We design the modules we want to use, and often those ends are quite noisy and chaotic. If you can’t find a way to use these in your music, I would suggest looking at the examples already out there or reading our manuals. Given that there are six modules priced less than the price of a eurorack passive mult, even if one module doesn’t appeal to you, I’d say you’re still getting a good value (Eurorack chaotic oscillators sell for $100-350). Anyway, we cannot change the product because it’s not possible to produce chaotic attractors that follow western tempered scales. If you want to make the music in your head, I would not suggest using chaos, unless the sounds in your head are mathematical chaos. I don’t say that to be rude, but the chaotic oscillator is not going to play melodies because it wasn’t designed for the purpose. Generally speaking noise/random modules do not track volt per octave, even if they provide frequency control. That’s why we labeled the control frequency, not “volt per octave”. You could definitely make percussive sounds by combining it with our low pass gate, if you want to add drums to your music, for example. One way to start incorporating our modules is to load the standard VCV patch, and start replacing parts with our modules (such as replacing the filter with the low pass gate). I’m very sorry that you’re disappointed, but I don’t control the refunds. I can give you a free copy of our Polymaths Suite if you PM me.