I was young once
As far as I can tell, this software doesn't suggest chord progressions at all (and I may be wrong about that). You have to assign the chords to a series of slots yourself, and there don't seem to be any presets for specific chord progressions (or anything else). You have to create your own. What this software does is allow you to assign a chord to a single key. You press that key with your left hand and have the option to play the chord with your right either as single notes or as chords with two, three, four, five or six notes, including a bass note, if you so desire. If you listen to the simple sample I posted, you'll get the idea. I assigned a chord progression to four left hand keys, then used my right hand to play, all in the same spot, the notes of chord in whatever pattern I preferred. I could have played this myself, of course, but my skills aren't that great and it would have taken me quite some time to get it to the point it is in the example—which took me approximately a minute and a half to do using the software. All this software is is a shortcut for those of us who are less skilled at playing than others. It doesn't do anything else for me (as far as I can tell) other than make me sound like a better player than I actually am.But I have often stumbled across the most interesting modulations and harmonisations by larking around on the keyboard. I suspect there may be a danger in writing to the suggested chord progressions rather than writing your ‘own’ music, but that’s just a matter of self discipline, and making the software do what you want rather than letting it run amok.
I agree that it's often great to noodle around and find something interesting, and I do that quite a bit. But there a lot of ways to skin a cat, as they say.