Warm welcome to the forum first!
... wait a minute! Is this another me?
Now, on the sirious note ...
I am (once mentioned here) Tatjana from Slovenia who is learning Welsh from the scratch (ups, I was learning it from the scratch a while ago) and if I wouldn't know you're a man I'd think my twin me came on here. I've started with Lessons (old course) as there was no challenges yet on here when I came to learn the language but even now, after doing (almost) all material I find Challenges (new course you're doing) harder then old material especially at the beginning. However, some suggest here you might rather try to go through old Course first. I strongly don't recommend this though. If you'd begin from the scratch with old material then yes but now, when you've already plunged into new one, the old Lessons might make more confusion in your head as new Challenges might already done so stick with what you've started.
I'm extreamly happy you've started with South version (version with @Iestyn) for the solely selfish reason of the fact that I'm doing it too.
Saying I thought my twin me has come on here it might help doing a quick glance through Tatjana - Progress Reports topic and find some answers to your problems there. (But don't get panicked as there are 600+ posts. Pick what you think is useful for you.) Not that my progress was any shinny stars at the beginning but you'd find many useful advises there from @aran and the rest of the forum members who helped me, encouraged me and pushed me further when I was at the edge of stopping to learn. You will see I had many of your problems too and that there's always a solution to them one way or another if you are really willing to try and change your thinking a bit. You can leave my moanings out if you want ... Oh, and one more thing: don't measure progress as I did. It will frustrate you even more and actually does not do much good to the process though.
From the recording you've made I can feel very strong frustration even before you begin the lessons. Yes, yes, I was frustrated many times before even beginning the lesson, too, but people here FINALLY taught me I just have to take it all as a bit of fun. It's hard to force yourself not to think about mistakes but in order to you'd learn well you'll just have to be prepared to do just this. I don't say you should ignore mistakes, but just collect them somewhere in the rare of your brains and try to correct them next time. If you do the same mistake twice, third, fourth time .. no problem. There will come the time it'll all click and come into placer. Oh, and it will maybe help if you'd speak more boldly, louder even if you say things wrong. At least one word you'll always say right, I'm sure and speaking louder and at least trying to imitate confidence might energize your learning and you'll feel much better, believe me. Just spit out what yu think is right and at one point you'll find yourself being aware you actually said things at least half right if not totally correctly.
To make your thoughts a bit lighter - even now when I'm practically waiting for the Level 3 to come out (South didn't see the light of the day yet but it will soon), I have those very quiet moments when I just can't say anything at all. I can't remember anything but what I do when I hear Cat saying things? Usually I'm trying to say the whole sentence I've heard from her simultaniously with Iestyn (yes he speaks a bit quick, but try to catch at least some of it). So, don't torture yourself when you can't get things right or you can't remember them. You're doing quite OK but your thinking will have to be a bit altered and your perfectionism should be pushed away a bit.
@a_jay did you mean I should post a link to Tiny questions with quick answers thread? Yes, there might be some useful answers there but I'd considder to read them a bit later when being further in the lessons maybe.
To be honest, more advises I don't have. Aran is the right person to guide you through your problems and frustrations just like he guided me and those posting before me said everythign better then me anyway.
Since you're new on the forum though you might read Really useful ‘How to’ stuff and other great posts topic especially if you have any problems with how to do stuff on the forum (posting a photo, sending a PM, finding members etc). There are some other interesting stuff also.
Here are also many more other topics which might bring some answers to your questions and problems so if you have some time, you can cruise through the topics and read what seams interesting to you.
Oh, and, hearing from your recording, you're from German speaking country, aren't you, so English is your second language already but of course the learning of it was much more different then this system of SSi is I believe. First, as I had to and many others, I believe, you'll have to adapt to the system itself particulatly not thinking about it as if it wouldn't be suitable for you. It's suitable to anyone - for some more for some less though - we just have to change our previously gained "imagination" how learning languages should look and feel like and everything would be OK.
Well, I hope my (yes I know ... too long) post might help at least a bit and persuade you to go further a bit boldly, louder and with more confidence. You've begun the journey from the Welsh learner to the Welsh speaker. No matter how long this journey will be, you'll come to the end of the way at one point, becomming a Welsh speaker. But ... don't think the journey ends there. No, at that point the journey is ounly about to begin.
Oh, and Aran, by the way ... my result of test is still 4,5 the 1st time and 3,5 the second ... ayayay ... me forgetful. But I've noticed just what I've described above. I've got frustrated with if I'll manage to remember the dots and the result got worse. (just to say)