The answer to your previous question is "no".I’m relaying a message to a MIDI programmer. Wouldn’t it be easier just to answer the question than refer me to google?
MIDI beat clock (also known as MIDI timing clock or simply MIDI clock) is a clock signal that is broadcast via MIDI to ensure that several MIDI-enabled devices such as a synthesizer or music sequencer stay in synchronization. It is not MIDI timecode.
Unlike MIDI timecode, the MIDI beat clock is tempo-dependent. Clock events are sent at a rate of 24 ppqn (pulses per quarter note). Those pulses are used to maintain a synchronized tempo for synthesizers that have BPM-dependent voices and also for arpeggiator synchronization. Location information can be specified using MIDI Song Position Pointer (SPP, see below), although many simple MIDI devices ignore this message.
Because of limitations in MIDI and synthesizers, devices driven by MIDI beat clock are often subject to clock drift.
Yes, MIDI clock out would solve my challenge.