Well, I examined the sources (3) on their own, and the first source is in fact tuned correctly, it is the Twin Strings (source 2) that is 7 lower (or 5 higher) - but that source is in fact dominant in the complete sound of the preset; seems to me like the programmers made the "wrong" choice here. Either they have the workflow that source 1 determines the pitch, and the should have put Twin strings on source 1, or they should have transposed source two by +5 or -7.
You could also correct this by tuning Source 2 five up or seven down. However, that does change the sound, as it seems to be intentional that the thin sound of source 1 is a perfect 5th higher. That tuning makes the sound richer than it would be if it were unison.
Why did the chicken cross the Mobius ring?
MacBook Pro 13" M1 8GB RAM/miMac Intel i5 3.6 GHz 16 GB RAM/OS X 12.6 (Sierra)/HackBook Lenovo E530 i5 2.6 GHz 8 GB/Logic Pro X 10.4.4 & OS X Mojave 14.6/Logic Pro 10.5.1/AKG P120/Marantz MPM-1000/Sony F-V3T/Behringer BA 85A/U-Phoria UMC204HD/Novation Impulse 49/Studiologic CMK 149/M-Audio Keystation Mini 32 mk3