This would work great too if you have certain components you experiment with on a regular basis you can put them permanently in a control panel and then patch them from your breadboard.
Step 1: Organize your wires
Step 2: Cut the PC board to size
I used an exacto knife and scored a line in-between rows. It probably would have been better to use a utility knife but I was using what I had on hand instead of digging around to find where I put my utility knife. I'm not sure if this is how you are supposed to cut these boards but it seemed to make a fairly clean break when I snapped my strip. If you have scrap proto board you can experiment cutting it. Needless to say I've done this several times before to make smaller pc boards and to fit them into small enclosures. I was able to easily trim the rough edge with a pair of scissors though I suppose you could use a grinder and sandpaper. The scissors created much less dust.
Step 3: Solder Wires in Place
Step 4: Trim the Wires
Step 5: Attach the strip to the breadboard
Step 6: Conclusion
There you have it, you can now easily us a breadboard with your control panel. Now if you have more wires that you are working with you may need to make several strips and may need more than one breadboard. You may also choose to make smaller strips for each component or sets of components (potentiometer, switch, speaker, LEDs, etc) so you can be more flexible where you put them on your board. I just wanted to have one long strip so I could easily index all my wires in one permanent configuration.