Ok, so this isn't exactly recording, but I thought this might be a good forum to ask this question. I'm getting a skype lesson from a monster player and I've never actually done something like this on a computer before. I have done work conferences so I know right away that I am going to need headphones to avoid feedback. But I guess I'm paranoid about my sound input. Is the mic on the camera probably sufficient for voice and amp pickup? Or should I find a way to pipe sound directly into the computer and mix the two? It doesn't need to sound pro, just well enough to not cause feedback on either end. My main amp is an HRD, so no outputs of any kind on it. I have a Fender Acoustic 200 amp that has a headphone out. It would be a passable solution to patch in sound. Then the webcam could pick up voice.