This is hardly constructive, but <3 Madeon <3
On another note, you can also try sidechaining the lower-frequency components of looping samples (having first split the samples into three frequency bands using three sends) with a high ratio and a soft-ish knee (3-5 dB?) to trigger compression with the one shot plucks and glitches. This is not radically different from limiting and boosting the overall output gain afterwards but it might allow more precision, although it also might take more time. Just an idea
EDIT: Actually, scratch that. I tried doing it myself and it's actually easier to do it with chains rather than sends, in terms of mixing. Cue the samples you want to compress/limit in 3 parallel instances of Simpler/Sampler, then throw an EQ 3 on each channel, set to cut/boost only low, mid, or high on each chain to split out the bands, then configure sidechain compression in each chain/frequency band from there.