I’d recommend you watch the videos by Matt Hodson which contain a lot of good info about how to get started. The first video in the series of five is here -
After that I recommend you go through the patches that came with your SSP and see how the modules are interconnected. You can then use the search function of the forum (top right corner) to find info about each of the modules and what their inputs and outputs do, if it’s still not clear.
There are complex multi-voice patches in the patches that came with the SSP but also a lot of simple patches consisting of just an input / output module and a sampler/sequencer, for example.
Just insert an INPUT and OUTPUT module into the patch and a WTO module. Then go to the P-page of the WTO module and load a WAV file as wavetable (for example the file in the wt/ folder which is the wavetable that comes with the SSP).
Then go back to the network page and patch an output of the INPUT module to the pitch input of the WTO module, and patch the output of the WTO module to an input of the OUTPUT module.
The INPUT and OUTPUT modules represent the physical jacks on the SSP. The INPUT module also has scopes on the P-page to show you which signals are coming in on which jacks.
The inputs and outputs of the SSP are bipolar -5V/+5V so you might need to scale/offset signals coming fro your eurorack sequencer before you feed them into the SSP. Some sequencer’s voltage output range might be 0…10V so you have to offset that to -5V…+5V, otherwise you won’t get the full 10 octaves.
After that you can add an ENV module to your patch in the grid. Again patch the INPUT module to the ENV module gate input, and the output of the ENV module to the amp input of the WTO module such that the envelope amplitude-modules the WTO. On the P-page of the ENV module turn off the looping feature (envelopes loop by default).
Hope this helps and welcome to the forum.