Well, if you use Midi, you can use the Midi-CV module in VCV. You can use the module’s 2nd clock output as a division\multiplication or use separate clock dividers and multipliers. Another way will be to use Clocked from Impromptu but you have to make sure that you select the right clock division. Then you will have Clocked synced with the BSP and a few more outputs with multiplications\divisions. About the Keystep, just send the Midi out from the BSP to the Keystep and set the Keystep to be synced with Midi. (Change the jumpers at the back of the Keystep). This way, when you hit play on the BSP, you will have a clock in VCV and also the Keystep will start running. There is an option also in the right click menu of Clocked to reset it when turned off, which means that if you have it connected to a few sequencers, also through the Reset connection, the moment you stop the BSP, also Clocked will stop and auto reset itself so the next time you start everything, it will all start from the beginning. If you have issues with sequences skipping the first step, try using the Seq Adapter from rcm (https://vcvrack.com/plugins.html#rcm).
It’s also possible to do this with the analog clock, but if you’re sequencing stuff in VCV with Midi, you will have some syncing issues so the best will be to stick with Midi all the way, but let me know if you want to try this and I can explain exactly how.
@roomofwires You can totally set VCV as the master clock, just use the CV-Midi module and make sure that the BSP is set to sync through Midi. Don’t forget also to use the correct clock resolution, I think that the default one is 24PPQN. Let me know if it works.