I just find it weird that the trailer starts in the middle of the action and finishes with no buildup to climax. It’s kind of inverted formula here.
It is nice from The Cue tube to offer those videos to score.
But keep in mind for trailer music usually it is done the other way arround.
The video editor fits the image to an existing trailer music track and cuts that music track any way he wants so it fits perfectly. He can add hits and risers or anything to even extend the track if needed or adjust to taste.
That is why most trailer music have “edit points” aka pauses between each “act” so it can be cut easily. And it usually follows a very specific formula that defines trailer music.
I am not a pro at all in this but I did took two very good courses about it:
1- the paid course “Trailer video editing” from FILM EDITING PRO. They also have a YouTube channel with great free content here: https://youtube.com/c/FilmEditingPro
2- And also I took Trailer Music Acedemy with Daniel Beijbom on sale last Christmas:
Check this screen shot below from a discussion with a master, Mark Petrie. I strongly encourage you to listen to his music on SoundCloud to get inspired.
I just made my very first trailer recently (filmmaking, images, video editing and music)
I showed it to Mark Petrie and he gave me lots of notes for the cue, haha. It is rough but he is right.
I still have lots to learn but getting there slowly. Practice makes perfect as they say…
Here is my first take on trailer music: