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I’m not with it right now but isn’t in Emote in the sessions tab and in the clock section?
The manual page 52 explains this and shows in Emote and also explains the part about the daw sample rate settings vs H9000, which order to set
Changing the USB Audio Sample Rate From the point of view of the computer, the H9000 is always the clock master. However, it is not possible for the H9000 to enforce that the sample rate of the computer matches its own. Therefore, the user has to set the sample rates manually. When switching to a new sample rate, you should first change the H9000’s sample rate (by selecting a different internal clock source or changing the sample rate of an external source such as ADAT, Dante, etc.), then change the computer’s sample rate. If it detects that the sample rates don’t match, the H9000 will mute the USB audio interface and display a warning in the status bar: