What is CC#VALUE of the STOP function in RC-500?

Hello, I need your help.

I have no idea.
What should we do with CC# VALUE for the STOP function in RC-500?

For example
T1 STOP…
T2 STOP…
CUR STOP and so on… All of these commands have TARGET MIN and TARGET MAX, which are IMMEDIATE, FADE OUT and LOOP END.

But I don’t know how to designate CC# VALUE to work.

Is there anyone who knows?

You set the cc# yourself in the boss within the memory settings.

Go to memory—> assign
Set the cc# for that assign
Set the target for that assign eg start/stop all, start T1 etc.
then program that cc# into the Morningstar with a press of 127 and release of 0.
As an example using Assign 3 (you could use whichever you like):
Assign3 ON
Source CC#3 (or any other cc number)
Src mode MOMENT
Target ALL START
Min/ max leave blank

On the MC3
MSG 1
Action PRESS
Type CONTROL CHANGE
CC# 3
CC Value 127

MSG2
Action RELEASE
Type CONTROL CHANGE
CC Number 3
CC Value 0

Remember that these settings on the boss are per memory, not global so you need to save these into every memory patch you intend to use.

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Hi~. Thank you for your answer.
But I’m sorry that it’s not the answer I want.

What I want to know is that if the MAX/MIN value is not blank, that is,
IMMEDIATE, FADE OUT and LOOP END… In this case, what should I do with the CC# value?

T1 STOP, T2 STOP and CUR STOP… Like this.

I’m not good at English. I’m sorry.

The track end behaviour (fade out etc) is part of the track settings (use the button under the volume slider). You would need to set the same for T2 also.

I’m not sure if you can change that via midi, I’ve never tried.

I’m not sure if you can change that via midi

==> It was a question that I didn’t know what to do with the CC# value for this.
This is because 0 and 127 do not work.