About Sounds In Sync

Sounds In Sync has been instrumental in providing sound editors and designers from around the world access to professional, time-saving sound editing applications since we launched our first product, EdiTrace, in 2003. 

Since then we have created other ground-breaking applications, including EdiCue, EdiPrompt, EdiLoad, EdiChart and EdiMarker. Our software and workflow solutions are purpose-designed to meet the specific needs and requirements of sound designers and editors worldwide to fulfil ever-increasing production demands in today’s television and film industries.

Sounds In Sync's lead developer, award-winning sound editor Mark Franken, consistently worked at the forefront of sound post production on a wide variety of projects from around the world for over 25 years. This hands-on experience in the dynamic sound industry allows him to see where his peers need help and gives him the impetus to continue developing the software they need.

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About Mark Franken

Mark Franken is the founder and lead developer of Sounds In Sync, which he established in 2003 while working as a sound editor in film and television post production. For decades he found his calling working on some of the most inspiring and respected movies from around the world, collecting many awards along the way. His career highlights have been working on Peter Rabbit, Mad Max: Fury Road, The Great Gatsby, Happy Feet Two, and The Lord of The Rings – Return of The King. With the popularity of his software growing, and the call to move to a wilder setting, he now focuses his energy on software development… and being a custodian of 40 acres of rainforest. Mark Franken

Mark Franken



  • MPSE (Motion Picture Sound Editors)
  • ASSG (Australian Screen Sound Guild)


  • 2016: Part of the Oscar-winning sound team on ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’
  • 2014: Part of the AACTA award winning sound team on ‘The Great Gatsby’
  • 2010: MPSE Golden Reel Award for Best Sound Editing in a Foreign Feature Film on ‘District 9’
  • 2004: AFI Award for Best Sound on ‘Somersault’
  • 2004: ASSG Award for Best Sound in a Feature Film on ‘Somersault’
  • 2003: IF Award for Best Sound on ‘Gettin’ Square’
  • 2003: Part of the Oscar-winning sound team on ‘Lord Of The Rings - The Two Towers’
  • 2002: ASSG Award for Best Sound in a Feature Film on ‘The Quiet American’
  • 2000: ASSG Award for Best Achievement in Sound for a Drama Telemovie on ‘Secret Men's Business’
  • 1999: ASSG Award for Best Achievement in Sound for a Mini Series on ‘Kings and Grass Castles’

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