Only when it refers to a theatre's seating area.
The best is to just learn each new noun with its article and not forget.
In isolation I also find this difficult but somehow it helps if I learn new nouns in related triplets of different classes. For instance, learn these together: der Hund, das Pferd, die Katze; or der Löffel; das Messer, die Gabel. In this way, I have been much more successful at remembering which article to use with which noun.
The short answer unfortunately is that you do need to memorise them. It takes time but it's not impossible.
Can someone revise the voice
I'm afraid not.
On most Duolingo courses -- including German --, we use a commercial text-to-speech (TTS) product (a "computer voice"). There aren't any knobs for us to tune it -- it just comes out of the box and gives you pronunciations, which are usually acceptable but, alas, not always.