Most DAWs - Chord Prism is recognized as a VST Instrument within your DAW. It does not produce any sound, but can be set up as a MIDI Output to another Instrument within your DAW. You can then record your selections to the Chord Prism track, which will control playback of another instrument track. You can also export the actual MIDI being played from Chord Prism to other Instrument tracks.
For a more simplified setup, you can also host a VST Instrument within Chord Prism. This allows you to keep everything within a single track, but does not create a situation where you can Export MIDI to the destination Instrument. You can scan your VST Instruments into Chord Prism's library in the upper right corner of the UI.
Maschine and Reason - because these DAWs do not allow for routing MIDI from one track to another, Chord Prism allows you to host an additional VST Instrument within itself. You can scan your VST Instruments into Chord Prism's library in the upper right corner of the UI.
Logic Pro - an AU MIDI Effect version of Chord Prism is also included. It is used just like native Logic MIDI Effects, where it is placed in front of the instrument in the signal chain.