I hate to be a spoil sport but..
it would be far cheaper and way less labor intensive for you to go to your local recording studio and buy some studio time.
your final product would be way more professional sounding and you wont have the headache of building a studio from scratch
The equipment you listed will work for general recording but to master a album professionally, an "El Cheapo" eBay funded studio with proper acoustic isolation, equipment and software can easily run you 10 thousand dollars.
my real advise is if you are looking to do some serious recording, don't spend your time on building a studio "unless that is your passion" just pay for some studio time, (it isn't that expensive) and let your creative side flow without the bother of getting into a project that is way over your head.
im sure others will chime in and have other opinions,
just my $.02
Enjoy the Silence.....