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Link database in microsoft Access to visual studio c#

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I want to make my own speech synthesizer. Plan to store the audio path in microsoft access so that when the word appear, there will be an audio of the word which is my own voice. in wav format. how can i do that? please help me.
Jun 16 '15 #1
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I'm not really sure what your question is, So I'm going post a link to a really helpful article that shows you how to use a Database in C#:

The steps very similar to use Access as the Database instead of SQL and are detailed further in:
Jun 16 '15 #2

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I'm developing a prototype of TTS Synthesizer. I'm planning to record my voice in .wav format and store the path in Microsoft Access. My prototype is developed using Visual Studio in c# language. So, I don't know how to connect the database (Microsoft Access) to the interface. I need to make sure the input(word) will be read by retrieving the audio of the word from the database. Please help me to solve this problem.
Jun 16 '15 #3

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I think you will know how to do what you want to do after reading the Insights linked in Post #2

If you would rather use the tools in Visual Studio to walk you through the creation of a DataSource, this link may be helpful: How to: Connect to Data in an Access Database

Its a good place to start, but you really should do it as in post #2.
Jun 16 '15 #4

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