Here is a video of the finished product:
Tools + Supplies:
Radio Shack Recording Module ($10.99)
Hot Glue Gun
9 Volt Battery
Momentary Switch (Push Button)
Project Box (I used a plastic 16mm film container)
Optional but useful
Third Hand Soldering Station
Step 1: Extend Play Button
Cut two 3ft long pieces of copper wire and strip the ends.
Solder the two wires to the exposed metal terminals of the play button.
Step 2: Cut off Record Button
Cut off the "record" button. Make sure to leave enough wire on the circuit to be able to attach a new button.
Remove any wire still attached to the button and strip the ends of the wires that are sticking out of the circuit.
Step 3: Solder New Play Button
(Use the button you just cut off in the previous step or use your additional button if you skipped the last step)
Step 4: Solder New Record Button
Solder your additional button to the "record" button wires. You might want to use your copper wire to extend how far the button can reach.
**At this point you are done with the electronic components. Your circuit should look like the second picture.
Step 5: Mount Speaker
Cut out a hole along your mark using an Exacto knife.
Glue the speaker into the hole in the project box. (The box will actually amplify the sound)