>Can we write real time message into a midi file?
In the thread Can MIDI beat clock be "printed" onto a SMF? I posted a test MIDI file that contains four measures of MIDI clocks at 95 beats per minute. You can try playing that MIDI file in your MIDI player and see if the receiving device is getting MIDI clock messages.
What software are you using? I believe most MIDI sequencers will have a time resolution that is some multiple of 24 ticks per quarter note. (For example, 120, 240, 960, or so on.)
Be aware that MIDI sequencers often display time values in measure:beat:tick format, so if the resolution is 120 ticks per quarter note, the possible time values go from 1:1:000 to 1:1:119, then 1:2:000 to 1:2:119, and so on. The time values 1:1:120 to 1:1:999 would be impossible.
I use a cymatic lp16. I will try but I don't think it will be work because some people have search a solution about this problem, even the manufacteur.
I use reaper. Thank you very much I found it!!! Now i have 24 CC message per quarter!
And what do you think about my idea to send midi CC and that the midi solutions even processor transform this CC into a F8 message?
As you can see in the other thread, the poster there was using another Cymatic device (Cymatic uTrack 24), but they never replied if the test MIDI file was able to generate MIDI clock messages or not. I'm interested to know if you get it working or not. (I'm curious to learn what MIDI players can or can't send the "clock message in a sysex continuation event".)