This master thesis is a continuation from the in-company project performed at Grewus where the goal was to create a demonstrator. The demonstrator will act as a foundation that the haptic feed-back will be implemented to. The demonstrator already performs some haptic feedback, however, further improvements to the design needs to be made. The improvement is primarily focused on the audio signals and thereby the haptic feedback. As the graphical interface is already created, the demonstrator should be sufficient in its current form, and only require minor changes in case new features is added. The thesis will require new knowledge in the design of audio signals and use this to create an ideal demonstrator that can highlight the value proposition of haptic feedback even more than the current demonstrator is capable of.