Probably not, would be my guess. I am into week two of ADA powder soil and the ammonia is off the charts. I dunno if nitrosamino bacteria could even keep up with this amount. Second, if you don't have fish in there the first couple weeks anyway, I don't see the point in keeping up with every daily water change. There was a guy this forum who said he just left it and changed the water after 3 weeks and his ammonia was stabilized to zero within only a couple days of water change after 3 straight weeks without one.
However, i'm sure if he kept up with water changes either daily or every other day, he would have diffused all of the ammonia out of the soil faster, maybe cut it down to 1-2 weeks.
And finally, I know this is hotly debated here on using established filter vs fresh start when doing ADA soil...but I ended up buying into the people arguing for not using ANY established biota whatsoever and it has worked out excellently so far.