I was wondering what folks in different bands do for cues and signals while playing. Here is my list of how most bands do it. 1. All songs are mapped out measure for measure, so there is no need for signals, each member is responsible for keeping his place in the song. Example: The guitar solo goes for 16 measures. 2. Visual Signals. Band members look at each other and give nods or raise hand or necks or whatever. Examples: The guitar players raises his neck when the solo is over, or the guitar player looks at the singer, and the rest of the band watches for when the singer approaches the mic. 3. Audio Signals. (This is my preferred method). Band members play certain phrases to cue changes. Examples: The guitar player always ends his solo with a signature lick to cue the band, or the drummer does a big fill to cue the end of the solo. 4. Others: (LEDs? Voice cues over IEMs?) What other methods are there? I'd like to hear how your band(s) handle cues and signals.