From the moment we pass the puberty inception and our voices upwind, we think that we've peaked. Whatever vocal range you have is it, right? Not so fast. I know you think you know your vocal scale, but keep analyzing because I have five points that can help you use unrealized prospect.Sing Gospel
Warm Up Daily
Warming up is a course of action many singers certainly not fully know or use. With no proper coaching, naturally talented singers will simply go out and belt their verses each night, not thinking of the consequences, or not enough opportunities.
Find Your Range and Measure Results
Finding your vocal scale can be done in many ways. The easiest way is to practice with a piano, fitting pitch until you attain your upper limit. Alternately, you can record it and measure it against trials on the Internet. Once you discover your vocal range, the goal will be to persistently check it for transformations.
Start Exercising Your Voice on a Daily Basis
Work with the highest octave that feels relaxing. As soon as you have mastered easy notes, begin working with chords. As you extend your range, you will eventually be able to rise part way into the next octave, if not the full way.
Learn to Breathe and Stand Properly
Proper posture facilitates all singing. So, stand straight, shoulders back and head high. You have to create the space to draw breath, while priming your muscles for best use. Remember, singing is a physical exercise that makes use of dozens of small muscles.
Record and Analyze Your Voice
We've already commenced recording, so now it's time to sit and listen. You learn already that your voice sounds different to you than it does to others, so this will help you analyze whether you actually hit the note you're aiming for or are hearing something different.
Thus, start practicing. Start learning the expansion of your voice every day. Don't pressure yourself and don't push your body over its limits, but work at the upper limits of your range every day and you'll quickly find yourself pursuing a whole new level of singing.