Judging by the audio, it's probably not just you, but it's not an issue that needs reporting—that's just the native speaker's pronunciation. The realisation of the ‘r’ in this instance does have what could be perceived as a ‘d’-like quality. Remember that often advice given for learning to pronounce a tapped ‘r’ after a consonant is to pronounce a quick ‘d’ sound, such as in ‘trap’, you'd try to say ‘tdap’. This might clarify why you're hearing something of a ‘d’-like quality. There is a soft ‘b’ sound to be heard, but the ‘r’ definitely takes centre-stage.
If this is what you're hearing, then your audio is fine.