I don't think so but what exactly are you trying to achieve?
To write ATR's from my Mac to disk with my Happy 1050, my usual method is to stick an SIO2PC at the end of the SIO chain.
Use SIO2OSX/Aspeqt/SIOServer to act as drive 2. Leave emulated D1: turned off because this is our real floppy drive.
Fire up Happy Sector copier booting from 1050. Set D2: as source and D1: as destination. Other sector copiers work but this one is my preference because I can hand type the start and end sectors for weird ATR images. And I have a Happy Drive. I have had good luck with other software too.
You could go the other way around with this too, just stick a blank image in emulated D2:, format it and use it as destination to copy a real floppy to ATR.
I have had no problem mixing emulated and real devices in chain as long as I pay attention to the drive ID.
Edited by kogden, Sun Sep 28, 2014 3:01 PM.