#1
So I'm wanting to record and model music, I want something that's good for recording and modeling guitar, vocals, bass, cello, and drums, but I want something that's fairly simple to use, inexpensive, and has good/decent quality.

What would you guys recommend?
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#2
Could you elaborate a bit more than that?
Do you mean you want to have a guitar modeller AND record vox etc?

If so you could get a program like AmpFarm and then use audacity to record the rest. That will keep costs down.
#3
When you say modeling, do you mean sequencing in MIDI (creating music using virtual instruments)? If so, try garage band if you're using a mac, or something like Reaper or maybe even an older version of Cubase if you're using PC.
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So I'm wanting to record and model music, I want something that's good for recording and modeling guitar, vocals, bass, cello, and drums, but I want something that's fairly simple to use, inexpensive, and has good/decent quality.

What would you guys recommend?

You're asking for quite a bit for what seems like a very small price range...

I suggest an audio interface with on board MIDI and a good sequencer with VSTis to get all of those instruments.

My suggestion is the EMU 0404 for the interface and Cakewalk Sonar 7 Studio for your sequencer. A Shure SM57 mic added would give you the option to record vocals and amps.

Price range will be $300 - $400 for the interface, mic, and sequencer.
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