Just reported that the audio should sound more like pra-TCHEE-ca, and not prÁ-tchica, because that pronunciation has a slightly different meaning.
Pratica = rehearses, practices; (a form of the verb "praticar"). Emphasis on the i-sound.
Prática = practice, preparation; as in "it takes a lot of practice" (noun). Emphasis on the accented á.
In British English, we spell the two differently, but US English doesn't. They always spell it with a c. We use 'practise' the verb, and 'practice' the noun.
Eg: I practise the piano to improve my playing.
I visited the doctor at his practice.