that’s 50¢ sharp over two octaves which seems to be…suboptimal, at least to my expectations (no direct experience there, so maybe it’s par for the course?). A quarter-tone off is definitely noticeable in most listening contexts, fwiw.
Mine tracked nearly perfectly over almost five octaves, and wouldn’t need to be tuned for the most part unless I bumped the freq knob. Mine may have been a fluke but I’d think you should get better tracking and if not I’d definitely reach out to Trent.
The calibration procedure is a little tricky. If possible, I recommend using a sequencer to rapidly alternate between octaves and tune and trim by ear after it has warmed up. You can do it via tuner too, but I believe the pitch changes as you adjust and could work in a note mode. I think there are some posts buried in this thread about this technique if I remember correctly.
If it’s fiths that’s not mangrove either, mangroves formants jump through the undertone series, which is a different, smaller jump every division, like this. This would sound a little janky in a song using standard tunings, since those divisions don’t always hit equal temperament notes