Anyone who has ever seriously approached the task of digitizing vinyl records knows how tedious post-processing might be: eliminating clicks, noise etc.
If we rip more than one pressing of the same vinyl record, clicks and other distortions related to imperfections of vinyl will occur at different times. Now, if we perfectly match/align the different rips' waveforms, there is a good chance to put together a flaw-free waveform by taking good segments from different rips.
Has this approach been used? Are there tools for it, or am I speculating something that has never yet materialised?
(This question might be seen as duplicate of that one, but I am wondering is something has changed over the last 3 years. Vinyl is big again now).