Based on your comment about ruining soil, I’m assuming you’re trying to get off synthetic nutrients entirely. I’m not sure though, and neither are others.
It’s true that microbial life can make a lot of nutrients plant-available out of rocks and sand, but you can also mix dry inputs into your soil (or soilless.) Many growers have had success with large containers with concentric zones of hotter and hotter soil.
IMO, soil is going to involve more trial and error than soilless with synthetic nutrients. It might be worth it to invest in a premium product like Build A Soil blends.
Edit: Unless my water was exceptionally base or acidic, I wouldn’t worry about pH. The buffering capacity of soil is supposed to be one of the big advantages.