No. LTC is usually transported via Dante receive channel 128 so isn't available for audio content. Focusrite uses a system of "Flows" which are groups of 4 audio channels. Using LTC over audio will use an entire flow, therefore by default 4 channels instead of 1 channel. To work around this and make receive channels 125,126 and 127 available the last eight transmit channel of the source devices should be configured as a muliticast flow. Once this is done and the PCIeR card subscribed to the 8 channels of multicast flow, 128 can be subscribed to the LTC (Analog to Dante Converter) device leaving 125,6,7 available for audio content.