Probably not going to like this, but basically what you did is switched the parts to a bunch of things I would not buy, and swapped to some things that you don't need at all.
For instance, that motherboard is meant for maximum overclocking and you paired it and the EVO (a very budget cooler), with a CPU that can't overclock.
You also went with the slowest DDR3 you can buy in favor of having more, but probably not really necessary. I understand you are working with music production but unless you are going to have a ton of large samples open at once 16GB probably is too much. IF you intend on keeping 16GB make it 1600MHz.
My next deal, is that GPU. No. 3 things wrong here, for that price you can almost afford a 680, the cooler will cause the card to sag due to weight, and you wont need 4GB of VRAM for any gaming. I linked the eVGA because their CS is #1 and their boards are solid. Not to mention almost 100 bucks cheaper than that mammoth junk from Asus.
The WD Black is fine, but I don't recommend Kingston for their SSDs. RAM, sure. SSD, no. If you want it to be cheaper then the 830 Samsung is only slightly more expensive but for a good reason.
Newegg.com - SAMSUNG 830 Series MZ-7PC128N/AM 2.5" 128GB SATA III MLC Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) Notebook Upgrade Kit
The PSU is also over rated for your system. 650w is plenty. If you want the modular design you can get the HX650 or TX650m.