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Composer Norihiko Hibino Launches Prescription for Serenity Wellness App

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Norihiko Hibino, composer for the Metal Gear Solid series and the producer of the Prescription for Sleep: Game Music Lullabies series of albums continues the growth of his Hibino Sound Therapy Lab project along with aid from Mission One with the Prescription for Serenity wellness app.

Since 2009, Hibino has seen the Prescription for Sleep albums grow and diversify, not just with soothing game music but with a wide range of relaxation bundles. Prescription for Serenity will take high resolution music files featuring live chamber music, solo harp and piano performances, and of course, more jazzy lullabies from GENTLE LOVE, the duo comprised of 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.

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. – Marc Cellucci, Mission One Founder


You can check out the Prescription for Serenity app on iTunes and Google Play. You can also check out the other Prescription for Sleep apps and albums on the Hibino Sound Therapy Lab website, and the Game Music Lullabies albums at Scarlet Moon Productions.


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