ASoundEffect 3.png

Also available through 'A Sound Effect'




‘Designed Rocks’ by Gregor Quendel is a set of glitchy rock elements that crumble, crack and shatter in oddly organic yet synthetic ways. This library has 63 impacting textures that are at times rhythmic and melodic as they crumble, roll, and burst. The library also includes unique atmospherics as if the rocks are under water, or in a small reverberating space, a malfunctioning holodeck and an alien world. If you are looking for synthetic crumbles, check this library out.
— ASoundEffect

Those falling rock sounds and the like are hard to find in my opinion (sounds directly usable within a project, without much blending and processing). The only competing product, to my knowledge, is Soundmorph Rupture. In fact, those two products have a different take on the subject. Rupture is an old, classic and straightforward soundpack whereas Designed Rocks comes in a smaller format (cheaper, also), with more original sounds (but that may not appeal to everyone). Many of the sounds are good to excellent. I wish there would be many more sounds in it of course, and often the artist seems driven by its own inspiration rather than focusing on rocks, really. So you get all kinds of things in this pack. But honestly, I like that pack.
— User001