Or you could think of it as a system. The system includes the bow, arrow, and archer. And then there is perspective. I find I am more successful when I tune the bow to shoot the arrow, and not the other way around.
Eventually if a person does it enough, it becomes second nature, what needs to be done to get good arrow flight.
Byron Ferguson’s book “Become the arrow” is a good place to start. He likes to say that any bow will shoot consistently, it’s the arrow that matters. What he means is that any bow, whether it costs $110 bucks or $2000 bucks is capable of the same level of accuracy if it is correctly tuned with the arrow it shoots.