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Water Monster's Max Harnishfeger is keeping his musical options open

For as long as Max Harnishfeger has been playing music, he's had a synthesizer by his side. As a teen, he would spend hours trying to figure out how Broken Social Scene made certain sounds on its self-titled third album, and…

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