@donaldbaarns Hi Donald, it actually isn't. I tried Delete Time and it does about 10% of what Ripple Delete does in Adobe Premiere (same concept, timeline adjustment). First you have to select the empty space at the start (or the event chunk you want to delete), and yes, Delete Time works on THAT, but only after painstaking selection. The much bigger problem is, it only works on that one track! For multitrack this is useless. I could at least use it for single track deletions (such as a sermon audio file), but you still have to select the empty space down to the pixel. Too much fuss and again, no multitrack. True Ripple Delete means you have 1 or more tracks and with a RightClick-->Ripple Delete, you want to pull all of them, IN SYNC, to the left to line up again either the zero wall or the event sitting on the track you right-clicked in, either in the leading blank space or on the event you are trying to get rid of.
An example: I record 4 tracks in church, the piano and three vocal mics. I start the recording 3 minutes before the special music actually begins (with the piano intro). I then cut the piano track event at the start of the pisno intro, then move my mouse left a little, right-click on the leading event that's in-needed, and choose Ripple Delete. The unwanted event deletes and the piano track jumps all the way left to the preceding event or the 0 wall (it would be that in this case). All 3 vocal tracks move with the piano in sync. THAT'S Ripple Delete. I hope the developers read this. Here's a 40-second video chunk for Proof-of-Concept He uses two tracks but this will work with 50.