Ambitious. I'm guessing you're using a PC, so you can't use GarageBand - the first drawback. But, use Adobe Audition or, one the more pro-end, Cubase. Recording live drums is a nightmare, and you won't make it without learning how to do that from professionals. But if you still want to play, you'll need a set of microphones for drum miking, and a mixer with no less that 6 channels. When you have a good mix from it, you record that output. For vocals, you also need a decent microphone. Gutar and bass are easier, plug them into your amp or pre-amp, use line out to get the signal to your audio input, or, better yet, get one of those M-Audio USB devices. You record each instrument to a separate channel, for drums ideally two channels, and when everything is recorded, you mix them. Simple, really! Just kiddin' - it is not very simple, but it's fun and worth learning.