When I first started using Tidal, the different cut groups worked irrespective of orbit. So, in the following example, "bd" and "sine" would cut each other off, even though they are routed to different channels:
d1 $ stack [ s "bd" # orbit 0 # cut 1, s "sine" # orbit 1 # cut 1, ]
As Tidal works now, you can only achieve the same effect if you put the two on the same orbit, which makes pattern interference much trickier if you want a multichannel output at the same time.
Does anyone know if there's a way of accessing the old functionality, and/or is there any mileage in adding global cut groups that work irrespective of orbit?