Active noise reduction using phase control takes advantage of the propellers used in a distributed electric air vehicle by treating each propeller as an independent acoustic source. These acoustic sources can destructively interfere if the propellers are synchronized. With this method, the radiated sound power around the vehicle can be reduced. The purpose of this paper is to design a controller that regulates propeller positions to reduce the radiated sound power through destructive interference and to demonstrate the performance of the controller through acoustic testing. There are two control requirements for reducing the sound pressure level considered in this paper. The first is accurately regulating the difference between the propeller azimuthal blade positions (phase) relative to their neighbors. By changing the phase at the source, we can control the phase of the sound wave at an arrival position to create destructive interference. The second consideration is maintaining high coherence between the two propeller sources. To achieve significant attenuation, the controller needs to regulate phase error and suppress sources of incoherence. Performance is demonstrated through sound recordings performed in the NASA Langley Structural Acoustic Loads and Transmission (SALT) anechoic chamber. We show that the controller is capable of reducing sound pressure level at a given observer location by 17 dB at the blade passage frequency and that this method can reduce the radiated sound power by 6 dB at the blade passage frequency.