Prescription for Serenity wellness app

Norihiko Hibino Launches Prescription for Serenity Wellness App

Hibino Sound Therapy Lab, in conjunction with Mission One, have announced Prescription for Serenity, a new kind of wellness app for both iOS and Android. Prescription for Serenity features a soothing music library of nearly 100 live recordings by award-winning composer Norihiko Hibino--who's best known for his contributions to the Metal Gear Solid and Game Music Lullabies series--alongside relaxing visuals to facilitate peace, relaxation and an escape from the stresses of the modern world. As a follow up to 2009's Prescription for Sleep app, which received over 450,000 downloads and was a top health app on the iTunes store worldwide and subsequently saw the release its own oral sleep supplement, Prescription for Serenity is the latest therapeutic offering from Hibino and his team.

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Prescription for Serenity has a massive music library recorded in high-resolution (24-bit, 96kHz), featuring live chamber music, solo harp and piano performances, and of course, more jazzy lullabies from Gentle Love, the duo comprising Hibino and Etrian Odyssey pianist Ayaki, who have made a name for themselves with their Billboard-charting Prescription for Sleep: Game Music Lullabies albums. The library is also expandable with a subscription that will add new content as it's recorded, including selections from the Prescription for Sleep: Game Music Lullabies series.

"This app has been a long time in the making," notes Mission One founder Marc Cellucci. "After the success of the first two Prescription for Sleep apps, and hearing comments from people who were helped by them, we decided to do something much grander in scope this time around--a full-fledged service offering hundreds of therapeutic songs all within one app. We are proud of what we accomplished, and hope that it helps give people the relaxation they deserve."

Prescription for Serenity is available on iTunes and Google Play for free (limited time trial) in both English and Japanese.

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