You could Razor Edit your audio track or you could use key frames on the audio level.
Razor would be the fastest
Whoa, this will be difficult if you recorded with stereo streams. If you carefully mic'ed each speaker, and recorded in mono (with little to no cross-talk), then it's much easier.
Unfortunately, if both are on the same track, and unless their voices are totally different frequencies, with no overlap - highly unlikely) If you remove the frequencies from one speaker, those same frequencies will be removed from the other.
Only on CSI do I see such work being done.
Maybe someone else has some great ideas for you, as I would like to learn such techniques myself.
If the two speakers are on the same Clip, I am not sure how that would work.
If they ARE separate Clips, then all is fine. I asked the question of how the Clip(s) were configured, while you were typing - more quickly than I was...
My way may not be the best but I just cut the clip (CTRL K) between voices and run the volume to -∞ (minus infinity) on the one you do not want. But I will have add that I record two seperate mikes which makes this process easier
I am hoping that the speakers are very well mannered and do not speak over each other in their conversation
or else they are individually mic'd .
The OP did not say what the situation is in regard to that.
Well this is not a conversation, it is our church where I have a direct wireless feed on one channel and overall ambience on the other channel, so a very simplified situation in this case.
I see your point. Guess that I have been watching The View too often, where everyone talks over everyone else.
Hope that manners DID prevail, and the OP will be able to just Keyframe Volume in several places, and not have to disentangle speech.
Guess that I imagined a "worst-case scenario," and I think that you and Bill have a better handle on what the OP has, and needs to do.