|I haven't had much experience with Shadowplay, but try looking around in it's settings and see if there's any options for the sample rate of the mic audio. If you can bump that up to 48k or 44.1k. It's also possible that you computer's audio system isn't very high quality and is causing the robotic sound. Have you recorded your voice with other programs and listened to it to see if it still sounds robotic?|
I know some people have had success in the past with using an external camcorder/recorder to record the voice, and then pasting it over the video with what can basically be done drag&drop in WindowsMovieMaker. Not sure if this would be ideal in your case, considering it can be tricky to get the voice synced with the gameplay o within a few frames.
And since you're already using ShadowPlay, guess you don't really want to use Fraps, do you.
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