After great distress and struggle. I finally got an example setup of a microcontroler system that can track the resonance frequency.
New video showing a 20 MHz crystal, sweeping up to 1 MHz. I chose an upper limit of 1 MHz because I wanted to have some degree of resolution. The first step the chips can make away from 1 MHz is 5% change in frequency, and for every lower frequency one step gets more precise. One tick slower than 500 KHz is a 2.5% change in frequency. You can change the frequency at 1% once you hit 200 KHz.
I plan on have the frequency phase controllable, when you can hook up multiple chips and have multiple in phase signals.
My next project after this one will be to make an ignition timing controller. I know they sell them but the price tag is just not acceptable for the average garage inventor.