I used an old version of SoundForge to do that editing and track cutting of larger recorded file. I marked the beginning of each song (keeping the silence at the end of each track to preserve the original interval between songs,) then SoundForge had a command to convert time marks to sections, then a command to export sections to files. It was more of stereo mastering/editing software. I found it more productive than doing the same jobs on Sonar which didn't have the same tools. I imagine modern version of Logic has every editing tool ever imagined.
I also used it to manually remove big pops by redrawing the waveform to replace the transient spike, and then to analyze the track for peak level and normalize that to full scale, before cutting up the tracks to separate files.
If Logic doesn't have command to convert marks to sections, export sectoins, maybe there is another software for Mac that can do those functions. I found using SoundForge much easier than doing those editing and mastering jobs on Sonar.