Well thank you! It's all about EQing and layering to make sure there's enough space for everything in the frequency spectrum. Also, what might appear as one sound in the final product is potentially 3 different layers blended together, so it's not necessarily 50+ completely separate things happening simultaneously.
I love Logic. The version shown is actually Logic 9 but there's a more recent version out, however it's had a mixed reception. Out of every DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) it's probably the most aesthetically pleasing and easiest to navigate. It's capabilities for recording/managing audio as well as its mixer are also top notch. It's just about finding the program that matches your workflow. I'd certainly recommend it.