The goal of our project was to create a visual representation of the input frequencies collected by a microphone. To do this we had to receive an analog signal from a microphone, and use this signal to drive the speeds of three different fans. After receiving the signal from the microphone, we ran the raw electrical signal through a fourier transform in order to distinguish the various frequencies within the signal. Once we had the multiple frequencies that made up our signal we divided these frequencies into 3 separate bins: low, medium, and high. We used the average of these bins in order to determine the speed at which the fan should run. If the average of the frequencies contained in the low bin increases, then the speed at which fan 1 is rotating will also increase. Fan 2 which corresponds to the medium range frequencies, and fan 3 which corresponds to the high range of frequencies, both operate in a similar manner. Our goal was achieved as we were able to get the fans to fluctuate in speed based on the various frequencies collected.