Generally you would configure your RPs on your LAN Automation seed devices, or on the Core/Distribution layer of your design. I'll see if I can find the deeper guide to setting up multicast for the underlay.
I can't find anything more in-depth than this excerpt: Manually configure multicast on all underlay devices. This includes ip multicast-routing globally and ip pim sparse-mode on all routed uplinks.
Looking through my configs, it really is a fairly sparse config:
Loopback0 - ip pim sparse-mode, ip router isis
Transports - ip pim sparse-mode
ip pim rp-address $ipofanycastrp
ip pim register-source Loopback0
ip pim ssm default
Then on your RPs you add:
ip msdp peer $ipofpeer connect-source loopback0
Loopback60000 - Anycast ip address, ip router isis
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