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This is a tool I made to make scene planning easier for short films or other Maya productions. Easilly connect your in-camera animatic to a synchronized wav file.
In the file you'll find a camera with an image plane attached to it. In the texture channel of that plane you should find a file node - direct that file node to the image sequence that makes up your animatic.
Next, in the timeline, right click and open "Insert Sound" under the Sound option. Choose your wav file.
The image and sound offset can now both be controlled by the Frame and Offset channels in this image plane channel box. I hope that's clear enough, please see the attached images for more details and feel free to contact me with any questions.