Yes it is. Using a child theme, create a functions.php file inside the child theme and insert this code:
// Create our own function that control where the slider is displayed
if (is_front_page() || is_single() || is_page())
// Remove the theme's default slider loading location
// Add our own custom function that controls where the slider is displayed
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