Not if you use the plugin version it won't
Have you actually done this by chance? It's a vast understatement to say getting in contact with anyone at Auro for basic tech Q&A is like pulling teeth. I got so desperate I emailed every office in the world. Korea actually answered me, but they just forwarded me to EU who never responded.
I *really* want to do this, but I have so many Q's. For example, what interface(s) go beyond 7.1? Even if 7.1 is sufficient, can I map the channels as I see fit or am I stuck with the traditional layouts? Due to my space constraints, 7.1 could work but I would forego the center channel and use top surround instead.
That is: L/R, fr Height L/R, surround L/R, surround back, VoG, sub. I'd love to add surround height and center height, but I can't find any interface that will commit to supporting it. Even higher price tiers like UA say "up to 7.1 with folddown". I'm not even sure what folddown is?
Finally, I'm a Windows guy. Getting a small/cheap Mac just for this purpose doesn't bother me much, because I've always wanted to learn OS X anyways, but by the time you add all that up + some flavor of room correction I could just get a Denon 4700 and save myself a few weekends. No CH, though, but this is nearfield so that's probably fine.
NuGen Halo and Penteo are out there for Win10. NuGen has a few tricks to get past 7.1 limits, again just not sure it's worth the hassle - MOTU mk5 $600, Penteo/NuGen $500, Dirac multichannel $500, the risk of (basically) going it alone = priceless?
Denon 4700s can be had for $2k, less if I'm patient, and I already own the Audyssey app...