Replacing stereo mix with original mono tracks in edited program

Hi there,
I've edited a 2 minute program with the stereo mixdown of 6 lapel mics on 6 different speakers. I'm now finishing the project and am wanting to isolate each speaker's audio, but can't seem to figure out how to do this.  Using the Replace edit function loses my ins and outs.
Please help!
Thanks in advance.

You may enjoy the new Source ch mapping in CS3.
IF you clip is stereo with one voice in the lft and another voice in the right ch, BEFORE importing it change you preferences thusly:
Edit > Preferences > Audio Set Source CH mapping to Mono.
Import your clip.
Drag it to the timeline and you will see it will be two linked mono tracks.
That is a global method.
To do an individual audio clip:
Import it and before you put it on the timeline; select it in the bin and choose Clip > Audio Options > Source Ch Mapping and set it to Mono. This will accomplish the same thing, except for a single clip.
Re your 2nd question; If you do the above you can use the audio mixer to mix the voices.
I often shoot with a wireless in 1 ch and a shotgun in the other. So these options are quite handy.

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